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THB BVENING RULLBTINl HONOLULU, h. I., SATUKUAt, DECf'MBfiK 19, 1900.
II. P. IIALDWIN
J. tl. CASTI.fi IMVIft-
W. M. ALRXANDLM ...md Vkf
J. I'. COOK!' ....tl
w. o. smith srttry mm
fl n. s. sachs dry goods co ltd,, are ft
'fjjy now showing a splendid lot of (f
(f ladies muslin underwear, which (f
f for style and elegance has never f
ft been equaled, while the values are (f
(f everything to be desired, in con- f
$ junction with the underwear will (f
fl be shown a select lot of infants f
fj( and children's dresses and gowns, V
f also a lot of reefers and coats, do f
not forget' that we sell r and g (f
corsets, the best corset made. ff
n. s. sachs dry goods co., ltd.. fl
Vj,....4-l .1 .it. BnMi
Visitors are cordially Invited to
call and Inspect our gallery 0f life
size royal photos, from Kamehamehi
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Stroet ::
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch, Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE. '
P. O, Box tji Island Correspondence Solicit 4,
FINKE I ASBAHR,:
Have removed from Mrs. Williams'
Undertaking Parlors to the CORNER
OF CHAPLAIN LANE, opposite the
Catholic Mission, Fort St., and would
be pleased to meet their old customers.
c. a. Mote
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED
Union St. near Hotel Moo
Parftheon Shaving Parlor
HOTEL STREET, nr Fort
Hot and Cold Uiitlm, SScts.
Mrs. P. W. Honch C. A. Kldlnger
practice, references It desired.
All MnJs of Musical Instruments Tuned
and Repaired. Office with the Hawaiian
Iron Fence and Monument Ci 179 to 180
S. King St., Res. Occidental Hotel.
Tel., 054. 82.3m Lincoln Block
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, $48,860
W. 0. Achl President '4 Manager
M. KNakulna..... ..Vice , Preoidonl
J. Makalnai .-if.. ..Treasurer
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Ooo. L. Deaba . Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J, W. Blplkane.
The above Company will bay, lease,
or cell lanJj In all part of the Hawaiian
lalanda; and alo h homes In the City
of Honolnln for rent. '1489-yl
W. C. ACHI.& CO.
Brokers ft DeaJert
rW Wawill Rn iUlIil E.t.t.li
"all parti ol tha group.
a- newiu tnu rropenwaon jwaso
iblif Commissions i
OFFICE. 10 WEST KING STREET
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOBSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ot Title
Office with H. F. Bertleman, Contractor,
King St. opposite Wall, Nichols & Co.
ALL kinds of Stone and Concrete
at CALIFORNIA PRICES.
WE make a specialty of constructing
Cement Slde Walks at very reasonable
mi WW AS
Measure Is Amended to
Give U. S. Full
HAS GOOD MAJORITY
ON ITS FINAL PASSAGE
No Amendments Accepted but Those
Offered by the Foreign Relations
Washington, Dec. 20. Aft?r
spending the greater part of the past
week In. .considering tho llar-rauncc'
fotc treaty' for the modlHcatloit of tlio
Clayton-Llulner concntlon of 1830, the
Senate today" consumed only one hour
and ten minutes In amending It and
ratifying It as amended. During the
time thercwere seveial roll calls and
viva voce votes. The first lite of the
roll calls were on amendments offered
by Individual Senators and the last one
on the resolution to inttfy the treaty
as amended. All tho amendments,
oxcept those offered by Senator Fora
ker and reported by the Committee on
Foreign Relations, were voted down by
majorities averaging about 10. The
ratification resolution wai adopted by
a vote of 54 to 19.
Senator Allen naked for the reading
of tho treaty as amended. This request
was compiled with, and the vote was
taken upon the treaty Itself, resulting
Ayes Aldrtch. Allison, Dacon, Rev
eridge. Burrows, Carter. Chandler,
Clay, Cullom. Dchoe, Dillingham. El
kins, Fairbanks, Foraker, Foster, Frye,
Oalllngcr. Hale, Hanna, Hansbrough,
Harris. Hawley, Hoar, Jones, (Nev.),
enny, Lindsay. Lodge, McBrldo, Mc
Conias, McCumbcr. JIcEnery, McLau
rln, McMillan. Mallory. Morgan. Nel
son, Penrose. Perkins, Pettus. Piatt IN.
Y.). Prltchard.' Proctor. Quarles, Scott,
Shonn. Spooner. Stewart. "Sullivan,
Tallferro, Tlmraton. Turner, warren,
Wetmore. Wolcott 54.
Noes Allen. Hard, Bate, Berry. But
ler. Cockrell. Culberson. Daniel. Helt-
feld, Kean, Martin, Mason, Money,
Pettlgrow, Teller. Tillman, Turley,
Vcs., Wellngton 19.
Tho Pairs on the treaty voted as fol
lows, two Senators for the treaty being
paired with one against It, In accord
ance with custom:
Depew and Scwcll for, with Rawlins
Clark and Simon for, with Chilton
Dollver and Baker for. with Townc
Caffrcy and Piatt (Conn.), for, with
Jones (Ark.), against.
Kyle absent and unpaired. He was
for the treaty, but nb pair could be
secured for him.
Text ol the Treaty,
Washington, Dec. 20. The text
of the Hay-rauncetote treaty ns
, The United States of America and
her, .Majesty, tho Queen ot the United
Kingdom ot Oreat nrtaln and Ireland
and Empress of India', bolng desirous
to facilitate construction ot a ship ca
nal to connect tho Atlantic and 1'aclflc
oceans, and to that end to remove any
objection which may arise out ot tho
convention ot April 18. 18S0, common
ly colled tho Claylon-Dulwer treaty,
to tho construction of s'uch canal 'lmlcr
he auspices ot the Government u! .he
United utates without Impairing the
general principle ot neutralltatlon In
article 8 ot that eonentlon, for that
purnoso appointed as their nlenlnoten
tlarles: The President of the United
States. John Hhv Secretary of State
ot the United States of America; and
her Majesty the Queen of Oreat Ilrltnln
nnd Ireland and Empress of India, the
Ulght lion. Lord Paunccfote, O. C. II.,
Q. C M. O. her Majesty's Embassa
dor Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
to the United States; who, having com
municated to each other their full
powers, which were found to be In duo
form, have agreed upon tho follow
Article 1. It Is agreed that tho canul
be constructed under 'the auspices of
the United States, cither directly at its
own cost or by gift or loan of money
to Individuals or corporations or
through subscription to or purchase of
stock or shares, and that, subject to
the provisions of the present conven
tion, the Government shall have and
enjoy all tho rights Incident to such
construction, regulation and manage
ment ot the canal.
Article 2. The high contracting par
ties, desiring to preserve and maintain
the general principle of neutralization
established in article' 8 of the Clayton
Dulwer convention, which convention
is here superseued, adopt as mo oasis
of Bitch neutralization tho following
rules, sub8tantlallyns embodied In tho
convention between Oreat Diltnln nnd
certain other powers, signed at Con
stantinople October 24. 1888, for tho
free navigation of the Suez marine ca
nnl, that Is to say;
1, Tho ranal shall bo free and open
In time of war as in time of peace, to
tho vessels ot commerce and ot war ot
all nations on terms of entlro equality,
so that there shall be no discrimination
against any nation or Its citizens or
subjects In respect of tho conditions or
charges of traffic or otherwise.
2. The canal shnll never be blocked
nor shnll any right of way be exercised
nor any act ot hostility bo committed
3. Vessels of war of a belligerent
shall not rovlctunl nor take nny stores
In tho canal except so far as mnv bo
strictly, necessary, nnd tho transit of
such vessels through tho en mil shall bo
effected with the least poslblo delay,
in accordance with the regulations In
force, snd with only such Intermission
as may result from the nwfMllies or
the service, l'rltm shall be In all re
spects subject to the same rules ves
sels of war of the belligerents.
4, No belligerent sball embark or dis
embark troops, munitions of war or
warlike materials In the eanal except
In case of accident and hindrance of
transit, and In such case the transit
shall be resumed with all possible dis
patch. G. The nrovlalons of this article shall
apply to waters adjacent to the canal,
within three marine mllea of opposite
ends. Vessels of war of a belligerent
shall not remain In such waters longer
than twenty-four hours at any one
time, except In distress, nnd in sucn
case shall depart as soon as possible.
A vessel of war of ono belligerent shall
not depart within twenty-four hours
of a departure of another belligerent,
It Is ngrcd. however, that none of tho
Immediate foregoing conditions nnd
stipulations In sections numbered one,
two. three, four and five of this article
shall apply to measures which tho
United States may find It necessary to
take for securing for Its own forces,
the defense of the United States and
the maintenance of public order.
1 The plant, estimates, buildings
nnd all works neccssnry to the con
struction and operation of the canal
shall bo deemed to be part thereof for
the purpose of this convention, nnd In
time of war ns In time of pence shall
enjoy complete Immunity from attack
or Inlurv bv belllccrents and from acts
calculated to Impair their usefulness
ns part of the canal.
7. No fortifications shall he erected
commanding the canal or the waters
adjacent. The United States, however,
shall bo at liberty to maintain such
mllltnry police along the ranal as may
he neccssnry to protect it against law
lessness and disorder.
Article 3. Tho present convention
shall bo ratified by tho President of
the United States, by and with flit? ad
vice and consent of tho Sennte thereof,
and by her Britannic Majesty, and the
ratifications shall be exchanged nt
Washington or at London within six
months from the dato hereof, or earlier
In faith whereof the respcctUe pleni
potentiaries have signed this conven
tion and thereunto afllxed their seals.
Done In duplicate at Washington the
fifth day of February, In the ear of
our Lord ono thousand nine hundred.
Nito me hr
Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 10.
About two hundred negroes will lca7C
Nashvlllo to-morrow on a special train
for Honolulu la San Francisco, to
work on BUgar plantations. Anothor
largo .expedition will Icavo In a fow
weeks, as tho sugar plantation owners
want 10,000 Southern negro families.
They arc paying their expenses, and
ngrco to give them lucrntlvo employ
ment, their work hours being from 8
n. m. to 6 p. m. They are exempted
from taxation for three years
Deforo civilized man bad heard or
dreamed ot It, Klckapoo; Indian' Oil
was heating tho wounds, relieving and
curing the aches and pains of tho lied
Man. Deforo civilized man had heard
ot it, It kept 'tho natives In perfect
health. And slnco civilized man ho3
known It, tho category otcur es has
become voluminous. No other medt
cino has made such cures; because
JClckapoo Indian Oil la nature's reme
dy, nnd naturo stands back of it. Your
druggist has It, or can get It Insist
on getting the gcnulno Klckapoo In
dian Oil. Ilobron Drug Co., agents for
Klckapoo Indian Remedies.
The ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word itnd "will
you have a glass ot Seattle," Is mora
often heard than anything else. Tha
Criterion Saloon has the beer on Up or
WEAK MEN !
It Mms that the Crritorh!'orJtnU that tht vital
seminal fluid nut to tfat Huol Itielf Is h moit rre-
duui . irmncc in ui txwy 01 man, atu any unnt'urai
Iota thanof will always UaJ to dliattroui results
Manv men have die4 of CAiaiioB,dlMaMS such as
dlicasas of th fwa t, liver, kidneys, turns, etc.,
through having alloweJ their vital it- to be wasted,
thus exposing themsehci to tome the easy victims
of these diseases when a few bows of our remeJIes
t ken In tine would naa prevented thou debilitating
1osiesanJpreine4 the proper vitality tireslitlh
att icks or mete aincerous inmmuies.
Many men have been slowly but surely drifting Into,
a hopeless Insanity because of these losses, without
knowing th real cause of their sufferings.
Are These Your Symptoms ?
Inclination to onanlun, cralialons kliher durlne h
Jay or at nleht, loins on being In the pretence of a
iTton or tut oppoiue w or tin cnicnainitiE iaciv-
lout thuht, plopla, contractloat ol the muacUt
(the Precurtori of epliepiyj, voluptuous tnoognt ana
jreams.feellnesof lulfocatlun tn-Jency to droMor
teen, feellnir o( numbncis. Ion of will-rower, want
ol energy. Impossibility toconcentrato the thoughts,
oa na In tha itet and muKlts. let I in p of saJnessand
dekctlon, Jlsqulttude, failure of memory, InJecls'on
melancholy, weariness after tha least effort, specks
float in j before the c es, weakness after copulation or
Involuntary loss, losses whlle-stralnlnzat stool, noise
or slnflnc In the ears. tlraMlty, hands and fret cold
ana ciamny, tear 01 approacniiiK aeain or misionunc,
fartul or total impotency. premature or late disc hi
oss or mlnutlon of desire, decline of the senslbll
uniwelnred nr ak orirans. dvsptrptla. ate.
Any of these smp turns is Katuie s wainins to a
man mat ne must repair nis wiiea v.isnorces or r
come tre etsv rrev to some fatal dlseas
We ask alt men who suffer from any ut the s mrtoms
enumerated above TO HLED Tilt WARNING, and
Communicate at once with our company of specla 1st
phiclans who have had twenty years' experience In
treating diseases ol the mrvots and sexual sstem,
and who alone can guarantee a radical and permanent
Send us a complete statement of your case, giving
us your iuii name ana aajress, age, occupation, mar
ried or single, whkh ol the aboesmptunshae al
ready appeared In your cast, and whether ou hse
ever bftQ treated fur vonurthira stricture, sjrhHIs or
any other venereal disease Our medio I staff will t
once carefullydlagnoseyuur case (gratis) and Inform
ou of the cost of a complete treatment which will
effect a radical cure and resture you to health and full
If you Jet Ire treatment at once, and will send us Us
a guarantee 1 1 sood faith) the equivalent of five Un
ited Mates' dollars In draft on Londun orNew oiUt
orlnrostal order or current money of yuuf country.
we will send ou, by registered mall the rroper reme
dies Immediately after our stall of physicians have
decided the re lulrpments ol your case Write us In
The North American Specialists Co.,
.039 Vincent IJulldinir.l
Itroadvtay & Duane &tt
IN15W VOWK, U, A.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Cornar MatrchHtnt nnd Nuunnu MtM..
nlaio HOTEL ST., oppoMtte Bethel.
HAT Mori Suitable 'Xinas Present
than one of those Handsome "UP TO
DATB" Electric Piano or Reading
Lamps. We have a Complete and Hand
some Line of
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Office and Salesroom,
Alakea St., Makai of Merchant St.
'. O. BOX 144. "I'HONL" 390.
Honolulu tobacco Co.. Ltd.
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
Jut Arrived ex. Zealand! t
Owl Club Cigars,
Celebrated Hotel Brunswick Cigars.
AWARDLD GOLD MEDAL, PARIS IMPOSITION, IQOO.
Holiday Hours and
Hard Work Did It.
EASY TO MEND WITH
SCHILLER'S JVIALT EXTRACT.
A MALT THAT'S ALL MALT.
25c Bottle $3.60 a Dozen.
HONOLULU DRUG COMPANY,
, A. H. Otis. Von Holt Block,
THIS BtAND IS SIMPLY OWING-
TO THE OmBEWS ROASTED.
STEAMED. THE SOASTINGi
mires a peculiar
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zSilj "CAUf ORN IA sri
PERFUMES, PERFUME CASES, TOILET SETS
Roger & Gallet'e, Plnaud'e,
' Atkinson's, Rtcksecker's,
' and other mukca, at Reduced Prices.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
IMIIfl Reaping the grafn I
1 vMrXf , Cl ilaaaai I i
aaVlifi n(l!ff'M irom Wnich thC WOf,d ren0Wned CyU$ '' M
bbbT. Jp v3KoV . KiMV if 'V ' '.oTaW h.li. . .l!.i... :. j:.i,ii.j laal -
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BBBBBBL . B A I I XIV mmti I I VraBBBl ...... it
aaaHik. v( MHIU 'iWWfwM Nothing but the finest grade ol corn or v -a
BBBBBaVVaff R f O'MaBBBai No exPee is $Pared in its diilil'dtion. JH ' i
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BBBaaflafZ; vyj rf i IwHaal That is whv it has been the leader all over - ,j
XjEwtw fvMMwnJk the world for over seventy years. ', '
i lyf wM I WW) A ilW It is six years in wood before bottling.' 'W
llflVl TOliMj'iBW"oiB. lit J I 1 ' in AIM' t'
MlBL CllSfSfvSSm A great aid to .digestion. '''''
BbbI Viwl Wm An ideal appetizer. iB"'MT
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W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD ,
King Street. 0. A. Bierback.
Fort and Hotel Sts.
m && m vrrxxr'u&
F. KjHK i lir&itirttt
s HHHV jwumuu-
-. .j I
Sigar Factors M
Hawaiian Commercial k
Olaa Sugar Co,
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pali Plantation Company.
naniKU sugar tympany,
klhel Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sbgai Co.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The Califemh id trintal 5. 1 U,
W. 6. Irwin & 80
Western Sugar Rcflnerr Co., of
Daldwln Locomotlre Works,
Philadelphia, l'enn., U. 8. A.
Newell UnUcrsal Mill Co. (Natl
Cano Shredder), New York, U. 8. .
N. Ohlandt Co.'a Chemical
Alex. Cross & Sons, high grad
tlllzcrs (or Cano and Coffe.
Reed's Steam PIdo Coverlna.
ALSO OFFER FOR 8ALB
Parafflno Paint Co.'a P. ft D.
and Papers; Lucol and
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint),
white and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement,
CASTLE & GOOKE
n B PInU!l' Co.
TM witalgt Acrtealnrtl CH 1 1.
Tt Kokiit Sonr C
Tht WiIib.i Surtt Milt C.
Tk KtlM Arciilnl C,
T Fulton Iron Wort.. St. ImIs, a.
TW Studttd Oil Co.
Tt Goo, F. Blakt Sims Pail.
Wittoa't Contrtfof ill
-Tko ' Fin lot. Co. tf HonOora, itoa
TM Alllowo AtMfttco Co ot Imlm
Wm. G. Irwin I Ct:
Wm. Q. Irwin.. President sad
Claua Soreckela Vice
W. M. Glffsrd ..Second Vice
II. M. Whltner Jr. ... . TTcs. sad
ueo. j. nose Ai
aasxts o rata
I0I1MI0 STIAM8HIP OOMPAUT
OF BAN FBANOIBOO. OAX
Importers and v- -Commission
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insuranca Cd.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Erglne Co.
Domestic Sewing Macbns, BU.
Bf(BWEF( CO., Iifl
Hawaiian Aplculturat CoCyar, Aatftofta 0faaai
Coapaay, Oofcala Suf ar Plant. Co . "! CZ
Co., Hoaoaio Sucar Co . Wallaka Sum Caw IkZw
Sufar Co , HalaaTaU RaxcB Co., MoUivJKmZ
Plaatw'f LIm San ft ilKOpacU IwtJftvwt
ll Co.'a Lloa of Boato Packat
LIST OF OFFICERB
0. M. Cooke, FMldentf Qxw - .
Bolwrtaou, Managsri K. F. Buhtm
Treasurer and Secretary j Col. wTT.
Allen, Audit ir; P. a Jone, K. Wvtor
bouue. Geo. R. Carter. Dlrectcn. .
tl $&i. "VJ4BJ.I